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Shawn Shinneman was an Online Managing Editor at D Magazine. He’s covered protests, written about old people who kill, and plunged into weird medical procedures. He’s worked Dallas’ tech and healthcare beats.

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Business

Martina McIsaac is Back and Better Than Ever

The CEO of Hilti North America is proof that talent and hard work can win out—even when life pauses your career.
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Business

For Hillwood’s Russell Laughlin, Patience Is a Virtue

The development exec specializes in coordinating public-private partnerships for massive infrastructure deals that can take decades to come together.
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Beauty

Christian Brickman is Giving Sally Beauty a Makeover

The CEO is taking the global hair care and beauty products company into the social media age.
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Coronavirus

Rental Assistance Could Be on the Way To Dallas

Households earning 80 percent or less of the city's area median income would be eligible.
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Local News

In a Blow to Hourly Workers, a Judge Blocks Dallas’ Sick Time Ordinance

Dallas joins San Antonio and Austin as big cities with sick leave laws they can't legally enforce.

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Local News

The Search for a Parks Director Is Happening Outside the Public Eye

As coronavirus dominates the news, the city's search for a parks director is coming to a close. But the public and the media have been left in the dark.
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Coronavirus

An Alert Reader Raises Concern About the City’s Permitting Practices

The construction industry has been deemed essential, but how bad do you need to remodel your office?
Local News

Leading Off (03/25/20)

A nice morning to crack a window. We'll take what we can get.
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Coronavirus

Dallas Won’t Be Able to Aid Small Business Without Help

The city will have to lean on federal and state relief as it contends with its own budget concerns, including shrinking sales tax revenue.
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Coronavirus

Boosted Gun Shop Sales Are One More Sign of These Trying Times

Before the county shuts most of them down Tuesday, gun stores have been rushed by first-time buyers and ammo seekers worried about crimes of desperation.